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Sep 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> they first came to the united states in the ships in the great lakes in the mid 19 80s and spread almost everywhere. this is one of the last places where they haven't appeared. >> main water vessels are traveling from lake to lake. >> this is a demonstration program. the county spent 3,000ses today bring this chocolate lab trained to sniff out the mussels on the holes of boats. this would take me 15 minutes that, dog takes about 30 seconds. >> debbie are regards it as a big game he sits down and gets a toy. >> this weekend that did not happen. must have been frustrating for pop eye. >> it's the end of the daichl he loves to swim so. he gets to go for a swim. >> there is no mussels in the lake this weekend. just one, tired, happy, chocolate lab. >> and there are supporters of wiki leaks founder called the system of the armed forces and swedish institute on twitter an unidentified group saying hands off assange. he's been holed up in the british embassy. >> and koit be armageddon versus apple? bruce willis could fight for the right to leave his extended i tunes library to his children when
Sep 12, 2012 5:00pm PDT
hendrickson said the kons hit should have been better protected saying tighter security removes the united states from the people in the country where it is located and gives impression the u.s. is remote and not engaged. coming up at 6:00 there is political fallout to the race to the white house. and accusation that's the administration mitt romney says simp tiesed with the attacker autos and milpitas police looking for help finding a suspect in a deadly convenience store robbery. three men running into a 7-11 store and investigators say the man robbed the 67-year-old, then shot him. there is a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction vix in this casement today was the final wednesday search in the effort to find the morgan hill teen sierra lamar. organizers hope the search will be now more focused and hopefully, more productive. she was last seen in march before leaving for school. and fl is a suspect arrested for the murder. >> california's new sweeping pension reforms are now law z los angeles today, governor brown sign aid measure increasing co-pay for new st
Sep 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
in the united states. >> and how the community came together just days after being hit by fire. >> there is heat taking a break. how long, coming up. >> and the big bay area event trying to move there is no better time to get behind the wheel of an electric car. stay with us. >>> an officer involved shooting shut down a neighborhood this morning. and a man claimed to be armed was shot by police at 8:15. nearby elementary school was not affected and the man was arrested and take dwron a local hapt and is recovering from one gunshot wound. >> students in one private school were back in class today and thanks in part to their parents hard work. the building housed a classroom and offices. now, the school lost contact information about the students in a fire. and are urging parents to give them a call. >> i feel excited because there is missing a lot of days of school. i'm happy to be back. everything was okay. this is like a second family. >> and this is again because of the hard work they're up and running. >> and there is at and t teamed up to prove how dangerous texting and driving are. there is
Sep 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
in the united states this year in oregon and new mexico. >> and flu season still several month as way but vaccine season is already here. and san francisco is gearing up for a public vaccination on september 15th and this is about 200,000 people hospitalized every year. officials say seniors should get vaccines soon and then get a booster. >> there is the death of a little girl as led to the recall of nearly half a million window blinds. >> michael finney has a warning tonight. >> this happened in 2009. tonight a warning to stop using these blinds. the consumer products safety commission announced recall of 450,000 blinds from blind express out of michigan custom made sold from 1995 until last year. the agency says a 2-year-old girl was strangled when getting caught in the loop. the recall affects blinds on cords that do not attach to the floor. and owners of the blinds should order a free repair kit. i've posted information you feed on abc 7 >> looking for a job or career? one of the fastest growing industries is home health care. the state projects the number of aids will
Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm PDT
united states. there is a meeting here at 5:30 and this program begins october 1. in oakland wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> there is a visual planned for a night clerk shot dead in a robbery last weekend. the 67-year-old was killed when three armed robbers burs into the a store, he was killed by a gunshot. police investigator -- later released images of the suspects. and all three carrying handguns. there are members of the california outdoor heritage alliance say taxpayers swril to pay unexpected fines if bear hunting with bands is banned. several hundred orange clad hunters rallied today against a bill on governor's desk severely restricts of darts to hunt bears and bob cats. opposition being led by a republican candidate he saying fish and game would lose $400,000 a year in lost bear tag license fees and have to pay professional hunters to call the beer population. >> do we need to be paying the government this fish? there are people a productive part of the economy willing to do it on their own and following rules in place. >> there is no word whether the governor will sign this
Sep 16, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> for a sixth day in a row, rage in the muslim world is being directed at the united states. part of it stems from the antiislamic film produced in southern california, and tonight four more americans are dead in afghanistan, victims of those they thought were allies. here's a report from cairo, egypt. reporter: in afghanistan, four u.s. service members were killed in another insider attack. afghan soldiers turning on their american allies. >> asking police shot four members. reporter: elsewhere in the country, outrage after a major air strike kills civilians. they shouted "death to america" and took the bodys into the provincial capital. in afghan police used water cannons to keep protesters away from the consulate. and we're learning more about friday when the camp bastion was attacked by the taliban. they said they were targeting britain's prince harry. accordingly he was quickly taken to safety but jets were destroyed. two u.s. marines were killed. >> meanwhile, the u.s. am ambassador says the attack which killed ambassador christy veins and three other americans was not premeditate but e
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